December 21, 1996 in Sports

Mccabe, Asher Combine To Lead Lake City Victory

 

Prep girls basketball

Kelley McCabe scored a season-high 13 Friday as Lake City (7-1) beat La Grande, Ore., 70-53 at the Pendleton (Ore.) Tournament.

LC’s Alison Asher added 10 rebounds and six blocked shots. The Tigers’ Talia Cheren scored 16.

Lake City 70, La Grande (Ore.) 53

La Grande 12 10 13 18 - 53

Lake City 8 16 23 23 - 70

LA GRANDE, Oregon Woodfield 2, Christy 3, Strand 11, Long 9, A.Bedard 10, Cheren 16, C.Bedard 2.

LAKE CITY Hatrock 4, Hayes 10, Hawn 5, Cole 5, Nimke 0, Herbert 13, McCabe 13, Dodge 10, Asher 9, Gerzina 1. Pendleton 59, Coeur d’Alene 47

The host Bucks outscored the Vikings (2-6) 20-13 from the free-throw line in a game that featured 54 fouls, 29 by CdA.

CdA plays La Grande today.

Coeur d’Alene 10 14 8 15 - 47

Pendleton 8 15 16 19 - 59

PENDLETON Keller 14, K.Smith 5, Thompson 5, Hall 8, Bronson 10, Rowell 7, Hodgen 7, Smith 2.

COEUR D’ALENE Orr 9, Cultra 0, Tatum 2, Wilkey 13, Stern 9, Vig 4, Bradbury 2, Stranger 2, Andre 2, Shirley 4.

NON-LEAGUE

Cheney 65, Post Falls 47

Kara Weitman scored 22 and the visiting Blackhawks (6-0) used their pressure defense to beat the Trojans (4-3).

Cheney 11 23 19 12 - 65

Post Falls 9 13 15 10 - 47

CHENEY Ewing 15, Conrath 0, Anderson 0, Weitman 22, Getz 15, Pischel 4, Edgett 0, Birchler 0, Van Matre 9, Boline 0, Krogh 0.

POST FALLS Billetz 2, Brown 6, Edmonds 0, Foster 6, Glaser 8, Juhlin 0, Klaudt 2, Ruen 13, Swanstrom 4, Waltz 6.

Rosalia 63, F.Christian 23

Kimberly Witte’s 14 points led four players in double figures as the Spartans (5-0) used their press to run away from the visiting Eagles (3-6) of Post Falls.

Falls Christian 4 9 6 4 - 23

Rosalia 16 25 17 5 - 63

FALLS CHRISTIAN Johnson 3, Eberle 5, An.Coy 0, Williams 0, Jackson 0, Gelnette 3, Moate 1, Taylor 6, M.Jenkins 0, Tuttle 3, Ap.Coy 2, S.Jenkins 0.

ROSALIA Quintana 3, Henning 11, Witte 14, Nelson 12, Peringer 13, Blank 4, Brown 4, Willey 2, Dale 0.

Kootenai 42, Logos 37

Jamie Bornitz had 16 rebounds and three steals and the Warriors (3-3) used a second-half press to beat the visiting Knights.

Logos 13 11 7 6 - 37

Kootenai 8 9 7 18 - 42

LOGOS Casebolt 0, Pope 0, Schelbe 18, Budwig 1, Wilson 2, MIller 0, Harkin 12, Lemmons 4.

KOOTENAI S.Kraack 15, Schlepp 0, Reinhardt 5, Andersen 2, Bornitz 4, Goodson 2, Damiano 14.

DEER PARK TOURNAMENT

Riverside 47, Bonners Ferry 26

Bernice Stime’s 14 rebounds and six assists guided the Rams (3-3) to a comeback win over the Badgers (5-1) and a spot in today’s championship game.

Tiffany McMurphy added 13 rebounds and Nicki Snyder four steals for Riverside, which played without two starters.

Bonners Ferry 14 4 4 4 - 26

Riverside 6 12 13 16 - 47

BONNERS FERRY Walter 5, Decker 0, Bateman 2, J.Larson 0, Myers 0, Braniff 3, Carey 2, Paulson 10, Downing 0, Comer 0, Mormon 0, Ripatti 4.

RIVERSIDE Lamarche 0, Snyder 7, Koesel 13, Rizzuto 2, H.Wood 2, Stime 9, A.Wood 0, McMurphy 6, Olson 2, Snyder 6.

NEWPORT TOURNAMENT

P.River 58, Mt. Baker 46 (OT)

Missy Ennis had 10 rebounds and eight steals, and the Spartans (5-3) shot 56 percent from the floor in the second half to beat the visitors from Cranbrook, British Columbia, and advance to today’s title game.

Mt. Baker 10 7 10 17 2 - 46

Pr. River 7 4 17 16 14 - 58

MOUNT BAKER Kemble 2, Marton 20, Taylor 2, Hawkins 2, Tank 6, Gyurkovits 14.

PRIEST RIVER K.Duley 11, M.Duley 2, Reed 2, Ruiz 9, Ennis 16, Go 6, Carpenter 8, Vogrig 2, Guthrie 2.

Newport 74, St. Maries 19

Michele Carrara had six steals and five assists to lead the host Grizzlies (6-0) over the Lumberjacks (3-4) and into the title game.

St. Maries 2 1 10 6 - 19

Newport 26 22 14 12 - 74

ST. MARIES Harpole 0, Holdahl 0, Boyd 0, Bonds 1, J.Wolfe 2, B.Wolfe 3, Badgett 1, Kunkel 10, Sotin 0, Gibson 2.

NEWPORT Carter 11, Casey 2, Lindburg 3, Schulz 14, Almond 8, McDirmid 2, Sauer 17, Frandrup 4, Carrara 13.

, DataTimes


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